2015 NCAA Final Four Game: TV Schedule, Live Streaming, Predictions & More

The 2015 NCAA tournament is in the home stretch, as the final four take the court this Saturday, April 4th to determine who is going to the championship.

News for Shoppers has the complete TV schedule,  free live streaming options and predictions so you can watch in style.

TV Schedule:

Pre-game coverage: 3-6 P.M. (EST) on TBS.  Ernie Johnson will host with Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith and Clark Kellog.  They will analyze the upcoming games with Greg Gumbel, Reggie Miller, Seth Davis, Steve Smith and various colleg coaches.

Game Coverage:

#1 Duke vs #7 Michigan State: 6:09 P.M. (EST) on TBS.

#1 Kentucky vs #1 Wisconsin: approximately 8:49 P.M. (EST) on TBS (about 40 minutes after game 1 ends).

Jim Nantz will be calling the plays for both games with analysts Grant Hill and Bill Raftery; Tracy Wolfson will be reporting from court side.

truTV and TNT will also have live coverage of the game with a unique twist fans are sure to love, called “Team Stream Presented by Bleacher Report”.

For both games each channel will cover  one team exclusively (for example, for the Duke vs Michigan Game one channel will be for Duke and one will be for Michigan).

Coverage will include team and player story-lines, customized  graphics and  music,  additional cameras for more in-depth team coverage, team-oriented replays and customized halftimes.

Free Live Streaming Options:

There are several free live streaming options available for fans since the games are being broadcast on different channels.

You can stream for free on your PC’s through NCAA March Madness Live, truTV.com  or CBSSports.com.

If you’re streaming from your smartphone or tablet you can use the NCAA March Madness Live app for iOS and Android or the CBS Sports app for iOS and Android.

Please note that to use these services you will  need to sign in using a participating cable provider.


Duke vs Michigan: Duke- This game is going to be a tough one for the Spartans: Duke just has too many weapons and Michigan has been playing spotty to post a win here.

Kentucky vs Wisconsin: Kentucky- This is the game everyone will be watching, a rematch of last year’s national semifinals.

Wisconsin is hoping for a different outcome this time around, but Kentucky seems destined to take it all this year.

After watching the Wildcats calmly pull off that win against Notre Dame, my money is on them for this game.

Who do you think will win?  Share your predictions with us below.

Consumer Expert Tracy Ortiz

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